Harking back to my earlier triptych joke, I finally got round to posting photos of the three paintings in question: “Clip-clop … bang!” was inspired by a small section of wall at Xhajma racetrack, Gozo. It was created from Acrylic paint, a finger plaster, ink, dust, blood, sweat and plastic primer on canvas, measuring 20*20cm. The… Continue reading Gozo Trilogy
When it’s unhinged! First joke of the reanimated blog. Apologies for the awful pun, but – trust me! – it is relevant. I had just completed the third of a set of paintings focussed on ‘life in Gozo’ under the notional title of ‘The Gozo Triptych’ when it struck me that joining them together, physically… Continue reading When is a triptych not a triptych?
As it says on the tin, 31 December 2013 was my last day working as a Peer Trainer at South West London Recovery College. I joined, as a student, in 2009 and took the “Taking Back Control: Planning Your Own Recovery” and “Telling Your Story” courses. The recovery process seemed to work for me and,… Continue reading Last day at South West London Recovery College